Casino content developer Wazdan has cemented its position in the regulated Mexican igaming market, after inking a new content distribution partnership with Logrand Entertainment Group.
The content developer will be able to reach its Mexican audience via Strendus, a subsidiary of the Logrand Entertainment Group.
“Strendus is a leader in the Latam region, and we are proud to offer Wazdan games through their platform. Entering into the Latam region is an exciting prospect for Wazdan, and we look forward to developing an exciting offering for Strendus and our Mexican players” noted Andrzej Hyla, head of sales at Wazdan.
The new alliance between the duo marks a further opportunity to expand into the LatAm market for Wazdan, allowing its games to gain a further reach across the new market.
As it stands, Strendus currently offers its players upwards of 2,000 games in the categories of slots, video bingo and casino in a ‘100 per cent safe digital arena’.
“Wazdan is a world leader in slot games. In Mexico, their games will be offered exclusively through Strendus and will contribute to developing the brand as a platform of preference for online entertainment, and one of the most important digital casinos in Mexico” said Lenin Castillo, director of online operations at Grupo Logrand.
Over recent years, Wazdan has boosted its international portfolio after gaining licenses with the Malta Gaming Authority, the UK Gambling Commission, Romania and Curacao.
In addition to the aforementioned licences, Wazdan is also certified to offer its products in Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and now Mexico.
Wazdan has also focused upon its games development strategy, having already released a host of exciting new game titles, including Lucky Fish, Relic Hunters and the Book of Faith, Lucky Reels, Space Spins, Magic Stars 5, Space Gem, Juicy Reels, Magic Stars 6, and their game of the year, Larry the Leprechaun.